Our prayer for the end of the day.

Would you like to send in a new prayer? You can write one of your own.

Remember, we are like rockets – we reach for the stars.

 Make sure you keep washing your hands!

Why shouldn’t you trust stairs?

Because they are always up to something.

English

Finish editing your ‘If I had Wings’ poem and publish it using joined handwriting.  Make sure you set it out like a poem. Illustrate your finished poem. If you are not in school, please upload this to Class Dojo today.

Metamorphosis Reading

Metamorphosis Answers

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Spelling

Work through any spellings that you found tricky yesterday. 

Ask an adult write out one of your words loads of times on piece of paper, but each time they have to miss out a letter or two. Then you have to fill in the missing letters. After you have checked them all try it again with another word.

Swap your pen into the hand that you don’t normally write with. Now try writing out your spellings with that hand.

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Special Focus 9

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Handwriting

In joined handwriting, present your poem. (The one you wrote yesterday.)

Upload your poem to your portfolio.

Maths

Angles 3rd July

Angles 3rd July Answers

Angles around a point 3rd July

Angles around a point 3rd July Answers

Family-Challenge-Friday-3rd-July

Family-Challenge-Friday-3rd-July-Answers

Complete all MyMaths activities for this week.

MyMaths

Get a Reflex maths green light.

Reflex Math

Play two Sound Check Games on TTRockstars then play some of the games. Why not challenge a friend to a RockSlam.

TTRockstars

Other Curriculum Areas

History

Gabor describes the halls that he has been excavating, what they were used for and what they tell us about the people who lived there.

 

 

What we can deduce from these finds?

The gaming piece that was made of bone was special because it is the first time that one has been found in the hall where it would have been played – why does that make a difference? What can we learn from it?

In this video, Dr Gabor Thomas shows a range of jewellery finds from the Anglo-Saxon period, including gold brooches. 

What we can deduce from these finds?

What is the significance of jewellery? What does it tell us about the social status of people who wore it? 

 

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